FREEDOM OF SPEECH
Paul was not forgiven for lying about God and demanding the death of Jesus. Paul never really repented and just used religion as a profession enjoying his large assembly of people that believed his lies were true. Paul is not saved and is judged worthy to be with Judas the other false Apostle. Jesus said NO Pharisee is in the kingdom of heaven and he did not say except Paul, the man that still claims to be a Pharisee after he said he is an Apostle.Paul himself was forgiven, but the stain of his previous sin was with him. However, God forgave him, yet he himself was slated to die and probably not in a real gentle way. It probably wasn't like he was given an injection and fell asleep in death. When a sinner repents, God has compassion and forgiveness available.
Matthew 23: 9 And call no man your father upon the earth: for one is your Father, which is in heaven."
Paul forms his church by giving out the title of father to men that promise him they will not marry and have children. Jesus said not to call them father, so Paul does call them father.
Read 1 Peter 3:1. Jesus does want a wife by conversation to teach her husband religion if he does not know the gospel of Jesus. She is not to remain silent. She is to teach with respect and kind words as his wife, but she is to teach him so he can convert. But Paul denies that gospel of Jesus and Paul does not want women to teach men. Paul wants inequality of male and female and requires women to remain silent and never teach a man anything. Those are 2 completely different gospels and Paul is destroying the words of God with Paul's false gospel in defiance of Jesus. The Bible warns to beware of false teachers and Paul is the prime example of one.
Peter gives us reasons to beware of false teachers:
1. Beware of false teachers because they are a perpetual threat to God’s people.
“But false prophets also arose among the people, just as there will also be false teachers among you"
2. Beware of false teachers because their methods are subtle and deceptive.
Peter says that these false teachers “will secretly introduce destructive heresies.” They will use “false words.” Paul brags about himself then said he is not bragging. Paul says he does not lie then tells us he lies to glorify God.
3. Beware of false teachers because their motives are impure.
Peter shows that these men are driven by evil motives including greed. At the root of their gospel is their own self-centeredness and pride. They want to exploit their followers to gratify themselves. Paul formed his own religion using the name of Jesus for validity when Jesus did not approve of Paul's gospel. Paul was making doctrine what Paul wanted it to be not what God wanted. But Paul was adept at saying a lot of very good things so when he lied, people would not notice.
Peter says (2:2), “because of them the way of the truth will be maligned.”
Paul destroyed the gospel Jesus taught; they are opposites on almost every main point.